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    Under 2gb's

    Can you tell me some games that are fun, or maybe online (doesnt have to be) which are under 2gbs please

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    NSMB is fun and tiny.
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    Yeah are there others?

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    Tons. It seems like most Wii games aren't that large. There is a thread somewhere on the forum about the size of games after scrubbing that has a bunch listed.
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    Can't you name some.. o well

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    No I can't. I don't remember the scrubbed size of every game off of the top of my head. Once I add a game to my HDD I'm done and really have no reason to ever look at the size again. I kind of roughly notice the sizes of games when I'm doing stuff with my HDD so I know a lot are relatively small but don't remember which ones in particular other than a few like Super Mario All Stars and NSMB. Most of my kids games are really small. Can't you use the search to find the thread I mentioned?
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    found it thnx

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